it is a poem with idioms in the poem such as a cat got your tongue or u got a chip on ur shoulder
A poem that has idioms within it
I was nuts about a scarlet woman
with a silvery tongue, but we were
just ships in the night.
So much for the green light,
now it's raining cats and dogs
but it's not the end of the world,
It's just that the whole experience
Was too (*adjective) for words
My sweet idiom.
I think you are referring to "My Sweet Idiom" by Paul Williams. Here's a link to that poem.
Idiom is correct.
the wind blows like
what is a idiom about a cat
"To be" is not an idiom - it's a verb.
An idiom misuse is to use and idiom in a wrong way that doesn't make sense.
The idiom "apple shiner" means the teacher's pet.
The term "do or die" comes from Robert Burns' poem "Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn" which was a poem about the first War of Scottish Independence. The last stanza of the poem reads, "Lay the profound Usurpers low! / Tyrants fall in every foe! / Liberty's in every blow! / Let us Do--or Die!!"
"Larger than life" is an idiom, so there isn't an idiom for it.
It is a idiom.
An idiom is a phrase that cannot be defined literally. Nut is a word, not an idiom. It is a Germanic word.
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My Favorite IDIOM Is, When Pigs Fly.
"She blew her stack" IS an idiom.
"He lost his shirt" IS an idiom.
The idiom is "have a green thumb".
What is a idiom for the story Hatchet
It is actually an idiom.
Pest is not an idiom. It's a word.
Madagascar is not an idiom, it is an island off the coast of Africa.
"To be cheeky" IS an idiom. It means to sass or talk back.
RFP is not an idiom. It's an abbreviation.
It's not really an idiom. It means "what are you thinking about."
It is red tape.
the idiom of really upset is "pissed off"